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PostPosted: Sat Jan 03, 2004 10:11 am 
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I have a question. :? I am new at this compost stuff, so I am sure I will have lots of questions, but here is my first one. I have a big compost tumbler that you turn with a crank. I have been adding all kinds of stuff to it from the kitchen adding anything that I think will make compost. I was wondering, can you add worms to this tumbler. :?: My natural thinking says it might 'cook' them :shock: , but if it is something that would be good for the composting process I want to try it. :P


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I don't think the tumbler environment would be to favorable for the worms. If you want to try vermicomposting, try a worm bed. I have several links addressing this method if you need.

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thanks for the info, I appreciate it. I really thought the same thing. I am now understand the different kinds of composting. Thanks again :D


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